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It's been a while, but I think the math question stops after you've made enough posts/replies. 50 or 100 or something like that.
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@risk String changes are pretty different time frame from pretty much everyone you ask. lol. I know i change my strings when ever i start hearing my strings sound more "dead" like they have lost some of the tone they produce, or if i start seeing areas where they are weakening or if i want to try a new type of string.
I know i've heard that if your a professional player that plays hours on end a day most change theirs out anywhere from every 6 weeks to 3 months and I've heard for those who are beginners/amateurs you can go about 9 months to a year if your only playing an hour or two a day.
But i just go by the sound and look of my strings. hope that wasn't to confusing of an answer!
some more experienced people here might have a better answer for you but thats what i've found for most of my playing anyways.
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